RECENT NEWS  Jul 8  Comment 
Aluminum ETFs appear to be coming to the market and could give the metal's price a shot in the arm.
Wall Street Sector Selector  May 12  Comment 
Aluminum may record a gain of $500 per metric ton, or 24%, if providers of exchange-traded funds introduce ETFs backed by the metal, Citigroup (NYSE:C) told Bloomberg. According to David(...)Read the rest of Aluminum Producer Is In Talks To...
Wall Street Sector Selector  May 11  Comment 
Aluminum may rise by $500 a metric ton if providers of exchange-traded funds introduce ETFs backed by the lightweight metal, Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) said, implying a potential 24 percent(...)Read the rest of Citigroup (C) Analyst Says Aluminum...


Aluminum ETFs are Exchange Traded Funds that generally have holdings in aluminum companies and/or futures.

Aluminum ETFs

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